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Outlook Express Newsgroup folders - change view?


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This is pretty specific for an OS9 question, but ...

anybody know how to change the view for O.E. newsgroups on the mac, so that I see folders ("tree" layout) for threads instead of single messages?

I use newsgroups on a daily basis, and this has always annoyed me...
100 points to the mac user who can help me fix this.
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